Notice that we have not limited this recipe to the “southeastern corner of Western North Carolina,” but rather have made a universal Carolina recipe.
Like Thanksgiving itself, turkey is subject to holiday drama.
This pulled pork and cinnamon barbecue bean recipe takes a lot of time but the end result is well worth it.
The hot and spicy movement just hit a home run. Baseball stadiums all over the country are offering a wide–and often weird–selections to their fans. Take, for example the photo at left. Those are chapulines, toasted grasshoppers with chili-lime salt seasoning served at the Seattle Mariners’ Safeco Field this season courtesy of Poquitos, a Mexican restaurant in Seattle that serves them. For …
Barbecue cooking isn’t rocket science nor, however, does two plus two equal four on the grill. Barbecue is low and slow cooking not baking (that’s more chemistry than cooking). The meat is done when it’s done; you can guesstimate so many minutes per pound but you’ll rarely be right on the money.
That would be cochinita pibil, the closest thing there is to a State Dish of Yucatán. Here’s a recipe for making it in a slow cooker.
Craving some pulled pork, but don’t have 14 hours to slow-smoke some? This slow-cooker recipe gives you a quick option…just don’t tell your die-hard Que friends your dirty little secret.